Monthly Archives: October 2005

Stop Alito

I signed the following petition…

“The nomination of Samuel Alito poses a grave threat to the protections Americans count on, including basic workers’ rights, women’s rights, and civil rights. We call on the Senate to stand up for all of us and reject the nomination of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court of the United States.”

If you feel the same way, please go here:


I am still exercising 5 days a week, but I changed up my routine a bit… instead of walking up stairs, I am riding the exercise bike. 30-45 min, every day except sat/sun (In theory I can use sat/sun as make-up days if I miss one during the week, but I have managed every mon-fri for almost 7 weeks now :)

Dr. Stephen Hawking to speak in San Jose

Hey, is anyone interested in going to this?

If you would like to be seated with our party (currently 4 but may grow to 8 or 10) please RSVP by mid-day Friday. Tickets are $95 (possibly less if I can get them direct instead of using TicketBastard™). If you RSVP I will assume you will attend, or be responsible for finding someone else to attend in your place, or otherwise cover the cost of your ticket.

If you’re not sure you can make it, or if you don’t RSVP, you can still get tickets directly from or possibly a bit less by calling SJ CPA directly.

We may also plan for dinner (La Pastaia could be good). I will post again with dinner plans as we get closer to the date.


Mon, Nov 7, 2005 08:00 PM

San Jose Center for the Performing Arts
255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose, CA 95113

Hawking Rethinks Origin of the Universe

In two, rare public appearances, at a moment of revolutionary change, world-renowned cosmologist Dr. Stephen Hawking presents a popular lecture entitled “New Perspectives on The Origin of the Universe” at the Center for Performing Arts in San Jose on Monday, November 7th, and at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, Thursday, November 10th, 2005. Both events begin at 8pm.
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